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**You are the salt of the earth ... You are the light of the world** (Matthew 5:13,14).

Matthew 5:13,14
Isaiah 58:7-10; Psalms 112:4-9; I Corinthians 2:1-5; Matthew 5:13-16

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The time is coming, I am convinced of it, when the world will pay the same beautiful tribute to present-day Christians as it did to the first Christians: “They are eager to turn the world upside down.”1

‘Tis God gives skill,
But not without men’s hands;
He could not make Antonio Stradivari’s violins
Without Antonio!

Those lines were written by the poet, T.S. Eliot. Someone else has put it this way: “No one is indispensable — except to God.” In God’s Plan for the fulfillment of His Kingdom there is work to be done — by you!

A visitor to Lambarene found the great medical missionary, Dr. Albert Schweitzer, pushing a wheelbarrow as he helped build a new road. The visitor was shocked to find the famous doctor performing such a menial task. “Doctor Schweitzer,” he asked, “why are you doing that? How is it that you push a wheelbarrow?” With a twinkle in his eye, Schweitzer replied, “Oh, that’s very simple.…

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